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Here are the 16 DC orgs that took home a 2021 Moxie Award

The award program commends DC companies on their "boldness" in business, entrepreneurship and the tech ecosystem. Winners included Goodworld, GiveCampus, Arlo Solutions and more.

The 2021 Moxie Award winners. (Courtesy photo).
The verdict is in: DC-area companies have moxie.

Sixteen local businesses were announced as 2021 Moxie Award winners last week. The awards, which are in their fourth year, honor companies, nonprofits and associations for their “boldness in business.”

The 16 winners were selected from 125 finalists making moves in the ecosystem. Finalists were evaluated on innovation, growth, industry leadership, community service and local achievements. Verasolve, CYwP Fund, NFPBaker Tilly, GovTech and Cushman & Wakefield sponsored the awards.

“Over the five years since the Moxie Award began, we have received hundreds of impressive award entries from the DC area’s most innovative companies. 2021 was no exception, and especially over the last year, many companies demonstrated how much moxie they really do have,” said Katie Jordan, chair of Moxie, in a statement. “After careful review and evaluation by a panel of third-party judges, this year’s 16 winners stood out among their competition for demonstrating exemplary innovation, growth and resilience, industry leadership, community service, and local achievements.”

Here’s who took home the gold:

Companies: Arlo Solutions / GiveCampus / Goodworld

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